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Palace “Normcore” Video

Palace teamed up with Free Skateboard Magazine to release a new 5 minute video called “Normcore”. Filmed in Normandy by Austin Bristow and Brooks and edited by Lev Tanju. Featuring Chewy Cannon, Chico Brenes, Danny Brady,…


Studio Skateboards “Lately” Video

Great new Canadian edit from Montreal’s Studio. 12 minutes of realness with a sick Zander Mitchell’s final part. VX-filmed by Eric Lebeau, and edited by Jai Ball.


“South Bank with Casper, Kyron and Nik” Clip

Free Skateboard Magazine released a nice clip featuring Casper Brooker, Kyron Davis, and Nick Stain at South Bank. Filmed and edited by Will Miles.


Supreme “BLESSED” Video Coming Soon

“Blessed”, the new Supreme skate video, is coming soon. According with Mr. Strobeck.


Pop Clip #35

The guys at Pop Trading Company are back with a new monthly clip, this one filmed in Paris during summer fashion week. Featuring: Billy Hoogendijk, Job Willemsen, Noah Bunink, Joffrey Morell, Othmar van Rijswijk, Alex Raeymaekers and…


Quartersnacks “End of Summer 2018″ Clip

Quartersnacks released its annual End of Summer clip. Filmed in NYC and Prague and featuring Antonio Durao, Daniel Kim, John Francomacaro, Conor Prunty, Connor Kammerer, Chris Milic, Brian Brown, Myles Gable, Hjalte Halberg, Anton Juul aaaaaaaaand –…

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Palace “Betamaximum Palace” Video

Palace released a new 10-minute video (mainly) filmed in Hawaii earlier this year. Featuring: Lucas Puig, Shawn Powers, Rory Milanes, Danny Brady, Benny Fairfax, Jamal Smith, Juan Saavedra, Lucine Clarke and Chewy Cannon.


Hotel Blue “All Flat” Clip

The always fresh Lurk NYC‘s Hotel Blue team goes to San Francisco.


Daniel Kim “Stop Fakin’ 3″ Video Part

Quartersnacks released Daniel Kim‘s part from the amazing Washington video ”Stop Fakin’ 3″, wich you can find here  in the trilogy form.


“Pest” Edit

Vague Magazine released a great new edit by Vaughan Jones and Corey Bartle-Sanderson called “Pest”, showcasing a London/Budapest connection featuring a bunch of LDN’s heavyweights and the infamous Rios Crew.